Mossberg 464 SPX

Mossberg released its original model 464 lever-action rifle in early 2008, which—not coincidentally—wasn’t long after Winchester announced that it would no longer be manufacturing Model 94s in the U.S. The original 464 has a fair bit in common with the Model 94s, but the SPX is a different beast entirely—it's not a cowboy gun, and it's probably not for everyone.

The SPX is a lever-action gun that could either be taken into the field or pressed into service in a home-defense or disaster situation. It comes with a number of tactical amenities: a shorter barrel, an optional flash hider, a threaded barrel for sound suppressors, fiber-optic sights and a tri-rail fore-end.

The new look and feel may not appeal to everyone, but the 464 SPX is designed for a market that's gone increasingly tactical—and it comes with the exceptional reliability you'd expect from a Mossberg.

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .30-.30 Win.
Barrel Length:
Trigger: 7 lbs., 2 oz.
Adjustable fiber optic
Six-position adjustable synthetic stock
Overall Length:
33½” with stock collapsed; 37
½" extended
7 lbs.
Metal Finish:
Matte blue
Capacity: 5+1

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47 Responses to Mossberg 464 SPX

Niko P. wrote:
April 26, 2013

I just bought mine, and after my 10 day waiting period here in the Peoples Republic of California, I will be happy to give a range report

Sonny B. wrote:
February 02, 2013

To Each his Own. I own a Marlin 30-30 and I would be proud to add this to my collection if it is ever in Stock..

James Baker wrote:
November 14, 2012

Actually I have handled one. I know the weapon looks weird, but the adjustable stock is great. I want one since I can adjust it to full length for myself and then back down for my kids to shoot it. Also the fiber optic sights are nice as well.

Terry wrote:
November 13, 2012

Rhis would be a good hog gun as it is set up for lights and or red/green dot. Also, it would be a good truck gun as it will easily fit under the back seat of my truck out of sight. I'm not a collrctor so I don't buy guns for their looks. I buy guns for tehir function and this will get the jib done!

james dunn wrote:
November 08, 2012

that is horrible, what is it for? it looks ashamed of itself.

John B wrote:
November 08, 2012

I have a model 94, first gun I ever bought. Though I have handled this Mossberg as well. I first thought it was just trying to fit in with the tacticool guns, but it does handle well and the fiber optic sights really pop. Though it would be nice to see it in .357, .44 mag, etc. like some other lever action carbines.

sloskey,Matt wrote:
November 07, 2012

Lever actions are great. Its the first type of assult rifle. My 30-30 marlin is my best friend in the woods, in the open, and last but not least the house. anyone who says otherwise has more then likley not tested the leaver action 30-30 or they talk out their fourth point of contact. I think this would be a great addition to my collection.

John Everett wrote:
November 07, 2012

Pretty cool .. Could use one.....

todd wrote:
November 07, 2012

i could see it hog hunting

JL Harbison wrote:
November 07, 2012

It looks like a mashup,a hybrid.part cowboy gun part military.I have mossbergs but this isn't one for me.

JLHsr wrote:
November 07, 2012

Can't really appreciate the 30-30 unless you hunt in brush country. Very versatile round and gun there.

ElectricJohn wrote:
November 07, 2012

Ought to be one under everyones Christmas Tree. This tool is handy and tough. Surely other calibers will be available soon. The muzzle brake/flash hider may have to come off.

John wrote:
November 07, 2012

I agree it's not as attractive as a regular 30/30, but it's not suppose to be. It's a tactical weapon first. When you have options like flash/noise suppression, collapsible stock You're not talking about a show gun. I do agree they need to make it available in different calibers to match up with carry guns. Personally I wouldn't want a lever action for a tactical weapon unless it was just a back up at home. Easier to stay on target with an auto-loader, and not as hard to shoot when in a prone position. Don't want to give your position away with unnecessary movement.

spore wrote:
November 07, 2012

Make it in .357 then you might have a chance in selling this.

Brian wrote:
November 07, 2012

Seems the rail is a little too far back on the rifle If you're going to shorten the barrel in the tube and the capacity you should have some handgun calibers to. have to admit I like my old western style better

craig wrote:
November 07, 2012

I wish they would make something like this in .357. wanting to simplify ammo issues and can't find that combo by a mfg. that i like and trust.

Phil wrote:
November 07, 2012

bOOlit don't care how ugly the gun is! 30-30 is too much gun for home defense, unless you don't like your neighbors. The Marlin's in 38 & 44 would be a much better choice.

Alexander wrote:
November 07, 2012

Im a fan of mossberg, if They could do this Exact thing in 460 or 500 mag for a reasonable price I will certainly buy atleast one and be a very pleased customer.

Tony Waits wrote:
November 07, 2012

Sure is ugly Why not a lever action shot gun instead ?

Earl wrote:
November 07, 2012

I want one but all online sites I have gone to are out of stock.

Gordon wrote:
November 07, 2012

A 30-30 for home defense? I hope you have thick walls! As many others have said, it needs to be offered in pistol calibers to up the capacity. Beauty, or the lack of is in the eye of the beholder but that butt stock is butt ugly.

Ron wrote:
November 07, 2012

One of the ugliest and most unnecessary guns I have ever seen.

Steve Woodhouse wrote:
November 07, 2012

Looks like weapon that's not sure what it should be....

griffinal wrote:
November 07, 2012

To the uninformed fellow above. Winchester quit making the 94 because it was not profitable. The true side eject Marlin 336 was beating them hands down in sales. Marlin still does a brisk business in 30-30 sales via the 336 line up of guns. Ammo sales for the 30-30 cartridge is still strong as well.

Bradley Russell wrote:
November 07, 2012

The new .308 rounds for tubulars would be cool.

Tim wrote:
November 07, 2012

First rifle I ever shot with, this looks sweet.

Mike wrote:
November 07, 2012

Given Obama's re-election and another assault weapons ban looming, this would be a great gun in pistol caliber, maybe .357, 44 mag. 45 lc, or even 9mm, 357sig, 40 S*W or 45 ACP

hyde wrote:
November 07, 2012

looks like a futuristic version of my model 94. i like it.

Mark wrote:
November 07, 2012

Looks like it would be a great "movie gun".

James wrote:
November 07, 2012

Just when I figured the industry couldn't get any stupider, they pull this crap. Also I lost it when he said the already announced the "Zombie" version.

Adam wrote:
November 07, 2012

I can see this being a big hit when/if semi-automatic rifles are banned. I wonder if Mossberg is looking toward that contingency with this rifle, or if it's just meant for the niche "I like weird guns" market.

James wrote:
November 07, 2012

I really like it and after firing one with the new Hornady ammo and Leupold IER Scope with QD rings I want one. The 300-30 is still one of the most widely available rounds for the uinitiated

Doc wrote:
November 07, 2012

Have it in .444 cal. might spark my interest.

mater wrote:
November 06, 2012

it seems that jerry and jimmy dont know the joy of owning a good lever action to bad! let the caliber selection doors open and this could be awesome fun as wellas practicl

Scrambo wrote:
November 06, 2012

gimme one in .22 and then we can talk about thanks on the .30-.30

Jerry wrote:
November 06, 2012

I'm not sure if I want to say it's ugly or just stupid. I think both! What a joke.

jimmyjet wrote:
November 05, 2012

Why do you suppose Winchester stopped making the 94? BECAUSE NO ONE WANTED A .30-30, MUCH LESS A LEVER ACTION. You poor dopes need professional help.

John wrote:
November 05, 2012

I agree with Joe, bring on the big bore pistol calibers. It would nearly double the round capacity, and having a tactical carbine that's ammo compatible with a defensive revolver would be slick. Some folks reject pistol cartridge carbines for self defense, but they have plenty of power to get the job done at home defense distances and are fun to take to the range.

Bill Moose wrote:
November 05, 2012

Looks a little in the rough yet; kind of butt ugly, but functional. 357 anyone?

windbreaker wrote:
November 05, 2012

That thing is an abomination to those of us that appreciate the beauty of the old Winchesters and Marlins. No thanks.

Greg Stanley wrote:
November 05, 2012

Need 45. Long Colt as a choice.

larry wrote:
November 05, 2012

I agree with Joe. A 44 mag would fit nicely in my safe as I don't like a lot of different calibers.

Bandit wrote:
November 05, 2012

Very interesting concept wouldn't mind having 1 in the safe

Joe Godinho wrote:
November 05, 2012

They need to add more calibers like the 44 magnum or 357 magnum then I would buy one.

Steven Flowers wrote:
November 05, 2012

I truly wish I could have this rifle. I have a Marlin 30-30 this would truly be a great piece for home defense.

George wrote:
November 05, 2012


master wrote:
November 05, 2012

the new age of guns its comeing soon hmmm